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Press Release 11-126
New Report Offers Roadmap for Success in K-12 STEM Education

With funding from the National Science Foundation, the National Research Council reports on effective approaches in teaching science, technology, engineering and mathematics

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Photo of children playing with space-filling blocks.

The report's recommendations include devoting adequate instructional time and resources to science in grades K-5.

Credit: Amy Snyder, Exploratorium, Exploratorium.edu


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Cover of  the report Successful K-12 STEM Education.

The report offers two sets of recommendations, geared for schools and districts, and for state and national policy-makers.

Credit: National Research Council


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